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Kerala HC: Convict in Cheque Bounce Case can Submit Fine Directly to Complainant - (04 Jan 2022)

Kerala High Court has observed that a convict in a cheque bounce case can pay the fine amount directly to the complainant. It is not necessary to deposit the fine amount in court.

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